Vincent Katz is a poet, translator, critic and curator. He was the editor of Black Mountain College: Experiment in Art (MIT Press, 2002, 2013), and curator of an exhibition on Black Mountain College for the Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid in 2002. He has written extensively on contemporary art and has published essays on Ghada Amer and Reza Farkondeh, Jennifer Bartlett, Rudy Burckhardt, Francesco Clemente, Red Grooms, Kiki Smith, Beat Streuli and Cy Twombly, among others.

Richard Tuttle at Bowdoin

Richard Tuttle’s art has consistently eluded standard categorization. Traditional definitions of medium, installation practice—even, one might say, desired effect—do not apply. He has often worked three-dimensionally, but his structures make even an artist such as Richard Serra seem conventional. Read More